If you’re planning a fall dinner party with friends, this Indoor Grilled Steak is the perfect dish to serve. Marinated grilled steak with fresh fall veggies and a sweet dill dressing is the perfect combination for indoor grilling!
Too cold to grill outside? Try indoor grilling instead!
If you’re hosting a fall dinner party, but grilled food is what you crave, try serving this delicious marinated Indoor Grilled Steak with grilled fall vegetables and a drizzle of sweet dill dressing. This impressive dinner can be ready in an hour thanks to the magic of the Calphalon Precision Control™ Multi-Grill. Just like outdoor grilling, this dish makes very little mess to clean up so you can enjoy your indulgent dinner with your guests. Perfect for a non-traditional holiday meal or Friendsgiving gathering, this grilled steak and veggies platter is great as it is or served with crusty bread or white rice.
- 2 sirloin steaks, 1.5 lb, trimmed of any fat
- 1 tsp salt and pepper
- 1/2 tsp onion powder
- 1/4 tsp garlic powder
- 1/2 tsp oregano or rosemary
- 1 tbsp olive oil
- Mixed vegetables
- Sweet Dill Sauce
- Preheat the Calphalon Precision Control™ Multi-Grill to 400ºF.
- Season your steaks and place them on the grill.
- Depending on the thickness and doneness level you prefer, the steaks need anywhere from 8-15 minutes on the grill.
- Remove the steaks to a cutting board and allow them to rest for 5 minutes before slicing.
- Serve with grilled veggies and sweet dill sauce.
Home Chef Tip: Serve the platter with some chickpeas, cooked lentils, and a huge bowl of salad greens. Use the same dill dressing to flavor the salad.
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